The Capitol are delighted to present an incredible evening of musical showtunes and festive favourites with acclaimed West End actor and singer, Oliver Tompsett.
Oliver is best known for playing the role of Galileo in the West End smash hit We Will Rock You and his portrayal of Fiyero in the West End production of Wicked.
His extensive variety of theatre work includes: the role of Sky Masterson in the West End revival of Guys & Dolls, Drew in Rock of Ages, Charlie Price in Kinky Boots, Shakespeare in & Juliet, the Ghost workshop in the leading role of Sam; The Royal Hunt of the Sun, directed by Trevor Nunn at the Royal National Theatre; MAMMA MIA! at the Prince of Wales Theatre; Our House at the Cambridge Theatre; Caliph in Kismet at the Arcola Theatre; Harry Lytton in Over My Shoulder at the Wyndham’s Theatre and as Tony in West Side Story as part of the Canizaro Park Festival.
He has also appeared in numerous concert performances including Christmas in New York and Notes From New York, on The Royal Variety Performance and sung with Brian May and Andrea Boccelli.
With two successful albums under his belt, Oliver released some new original music in June 2020 called Resolution which is part of an ongoing project with his brother. Further new material is being released for the rest of this year available on iTunes.
Join us for an unforgettable night celebrating the magic of musical music!
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